Content – Design, Styles, Marketing – 6

The colour you use adds not only emotion but points to other basic areas of meaning. It is part of the message. It has its own psychology.

There is a real difference in the effects that, for example, a bright, full, basic colour will have upon someone looking at your content in comparison with that provoked by a softer, gentler, perhaps pastel shade will generate. There is a difference between the strident, blaring simplicity of one and the more subdued suggestions of the other. This can and should be echoed in the accompanying text. Are you shouting a statement or telling a story perhaps with a little decoration? Are you making a plain statement or suggesting a scene, a background, gesturing towards a series of feelings.

Color Theory 101: The Basics at Line25, your #1 web design blog.

Source: Color Theory 101: The Basics

Choosing a Palette in Photography.

Source: The Influence of Color. – The Art of Photography – Medium

Similarly your choice of illustration – accompanied by its own palette and the emotions it brings along – makes a statement, it aids in telling the story, it also suggests what all of your content should be bringing to the table. You are looking to have particular groups, segments of the viewing public relate to your content in an effectively positive way. One should reinforce the other and so on – colour, image, text, channel, timing.

Top 10 Predicted Design Trends for 2017 at Line25, your #1 web design blog.

Source: Top 10 Predicted Design Trends for 2017

 

We recap 2016’s biggest stories, predict trends for 2017, celebrate the music of George Michael, share rants, raves, and more – Content Marketing Institute

Source: Google, Facebook to Purchase Content in 2017

This is the most comprehensive list of Twitter Marketing Tips on earth.Whatever your goals are, you’ll love this list!

Source: Twitter Marketing Tips: The Complete List – Get More Twitter Followers Boost your Twitter Marketing

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